Know More About Your Water
Mount Pleasant Waterworks has two water sources, ground water from the Middendorf Aquifer and purchased water from Charleston Water System. Click here to learn more.
Drinking water is delivered to homes and businesses through the water distribution system, a network of infrastructure that includes pipes, valves, fire hydrants, treatment facilities, and storage tanks. Click here to learn more.
Each year, we produce a water quality report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report (CCR).
It includes information about where our water comes from and how it’s treated. The report also includes a summary of our water quality test results for the prior calendar year and whether we met all regulatory requirements. Click here to learn more.
Common Water Quality Issues and Lead Testing
Changes in water taste, smell, or color may be caused by a variety of factors, including natural changes in our source water, nearby construction activity, fire hydrant testing or flushing, and plumbing problems. Click here to learn more.
Public System vs. Private Plumbing
Mount Pleasant Waterworks owns and operates water mains and wastewater lines in the public right of way, everything up to and including the water meter. We are not responsible for private plumbing systems or the service lines between the water meter and your home. Click here to learn more.
Water for Community Events
Mount Pleasant Waterworks provides drinking water for outdoor community events held in our service area. We do this as a public service to support the community and share information about tap water.
Book our H2O2GO today. It's an environmentally friendly way to serve water at your event! Click here to learn more.